SAG-AFTRA members at National Public Radio have approved a two-year successor deal to their master contract, covering 400 on-air and off-air employees. The deal includes a 2.5% pay raise on Jan 1…
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National Public Radio and SAG-AFTRA have reached a tentative agreement on terms for a two-year successor deal to the network’s master contract. The new contract, the terms of which were not…
Marian McPartland, a renowned jazz pianist and host of the National Public Radio show “Piano Jazz,” died of natural causes Tuesday night at her Port Washington home on Long Island. She was 95. Over a…
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Gary Knell came aboard NPR at the end of 2011, a seeming antidote to a staff and membership roiled by controversy and facing something of an identity crisis: In an age when content is available via…
Ophira Eisenberg's comic memoir "Screw Everyone: How I Slept My Way to Monogamy" is headed for the big screen with Zucker Prods. acquiring feature rights.
What does a radio show look like on a big screen? Many more listeners of National Public Radio’s irreverent quiz show “Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me” will be able to find out when the live show hits 600…
Employees of Pasadena-based radio station KPCC have voted to unionize with SAG-AFTRA, a spokesperson for the union confirmed to Variety.
The Lumineers' self-titled album, bankrolled by the band's Seattle-based management company and released by an independent Nashville label, has spent nearly six months on the U.S. chart, riding the…
National Public Radio topper Kevin Klose dramatically apologized Wednesday to a conservative Christian lobby for a news story mentioning the religious org in connection with the anthrax investigation.
The failure of a major communications satellite late Tuesday amounted to barely a hiccup for the handful of major TV distribs that relied on the bird, but at least a half-dozen radio pubcasters were…